Healthy Diet Plans


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1 May 2013
Drink plenty of water or other calorie-free beverages.
People sometimes confuse thirst with hunger. So you can end up eating extra calories when an ice-cold glass of water is really what you need.
Think about what you can add to your diet, not what you should take away.
Start by focusing on getting the recommended 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables each day.
Consider whether you're really hungry.
Keeping your portions reasonable will help you get more in touch with your feelings of hunger and fullness.
Be choosy about nighttime snacks.
Mindless eating occurs most frequently after dinner, when you finally sit down and relax.

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3 Feb 2013
I agree with most of your point you had mentioned over here. I would like to add couple of more point so that this thread would look a complete thread.

1. While you are in diet, you need to choose your food carefully. If you don't know how to create and maintain a healthy diet plan then you have to consult with someone specialist.

2. When you diet plan is prepared then you need to maintain it at any cost. I saw there are lots of people who are very excited at the initial stage but lose their enthusiasm after couple of weeks because of lack of will power.

3. Avoid any kind of fast food at any cost.

4. Add lots of salad in your daily routine. It would help you what you want to pursue.

At last, keep in mind that diet is not all! You need to maintain a healthy workout routine along with healthy diet.